[SOLUTION] Critical Reflection Paper
Critically reflect upon the the quotation below: In her chapter Sovereignty, War on Terror, and Violence Against Women from the edited volume At the Limits of Justice: Women of Colour on Terror, Meyda Ye?eno?lu questions: Considering the alarming statistics from all over the world, why does violence by men against women not arouse a reaction as strong as the one against terrorist violence? What prevents us from imagining a war on domestic violence comparable in scope to the War on Terror? Why dont states declare a state of exception in the face of the alarming numbers of women harmed and killed as a result of domestic violence? Given that the kernel of the issue is violence, why is the publics reaction, and the states, so much less weaker when women are injured, tortured, or killed as a result of domestic violence? (p. 216) Readings and sources will be provided for you.
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